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Beeson, Pelagie M. and Holland, Audrey L. and Murray, Laura L. (1995) Confrontation Naming and the Provision of Superordinate, Coordinate and Other Semantic Information by Individuals with Aphasia. [Journal (Paginated)]

Bisset, Janet D. and Novak, Andrea M. (1995) Drawing Inferences from Emotional Situations: Left Versus Right Hemisphere Deficit. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Boyle, Mary and Coehlo, Carl A. (1995) Application of Semantic Feature Analysis as a Treatment for Aphasic Dysnomia. [Journal (Paginated)]

Brookshire, Robert H. and Nicholas, Linda E. (1995) Relationship of Word Frequency in Printed Materials and Judgements of Word Frequency in Daily Life to Boston Naming Test of Performance of Aphasic Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Brookshire, Robert H. and Porch, Bruce E. (1995) A Brief History of the Clinical Aphasiology Conference and Its Publications. [Journal (Paginated)]

Brundage, Shelley B. and Brookshire, Robert H. (1995) A System for Scoring Proverb Interpretations Provided by Non-Brain-Damaged and Aphasic Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

C

Chapman, Sandra Bond and Ulatowska, Hanna K. and King, Kristin and Johnson, Julene K. and McIntire, Donald D. (1995) Discourse in Early Alzheimer's Disease Versus Normal Advanced Aging. [Journal (Paginated)]

Clark, Heather M. and Robin, Donald A. (1995) Sense of Effort During a Lexical Decision Task: Resource Allocation Deficits Following Brain Damage. [Journal (Paginated)]

D

Damico, Jack S. and Simmons-Mackie, Nina N. and Schweitzer, Lisa A. (1995) Addressing the Third Law of Gardening: Methodological Alternatives in Aphasiology. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Doyle, Patrick J. and Goda, Amy J. and Spencer, Krisite A. (1995) The Communicative Informativeness and Efficiency of Connected Discourse by Adults with Aphasia Under Structured and Conversational Sampling Conditions. [Journal (Paginated)]

E

Elman, Roberta J. (1995) Multimethod Research: A Search for Understanding. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Elman, Roberta J. and Bemstein-Ellis, Ellen (1995) What is Functional? [Journal (Paginated)]

F

Fink, Ruth B. and Schwartz, Myrna F. and Rochon, Elizabeth and Myers, Jessica L. and Socolof, Gail Simon and Bluestone, Ruth (1995) Syntax Stimulation Revisited: An Analysis of Generalization of Treatment Effects. [Journal (Paginated)]

Freed, Donald B. and Marshall, Robert C. (1995) The Effect of Cue Origin on the Facilitation of Aphasic Subjects' Verbal Labeling. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Freed, Donald B. and Marshall, Robert C. (1995) The Effect of Personalized Cueing on Long-Term Naming of Realistic Visual Stimuli. [Journal (Paginated)]

G

Garrett, Kathryn L. and Beukelman, David R. (1995) Changes in the Interaction Patterns of an Individual with Severe Aphasia Given Three Types of Partner Support. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

H

Hasselkus, Amy and Rubin, Scott S. and Newhoff, Marilyn (1995) Effect of Generating a Semantic Prime: The Impact of Age and Cognitive Impairment. [Journal (Paginated)]

Hillis, Argye Elizabeth and Benzing, Lisa and Epstein, Cathy and Lyketsos, Constantine (1995) Cognitive Gains and Losses of Patients with Alzheimer's Disease During Frequent Practice. [Journal (Paginated)]

Horner, Jennifer and Dawson, Deborah V. and Eller, Mary Ann and Buoyer, Frances G. and Crowder, Joy L. and Reus, Carolyn M. (1995) Prognosis for Improvement During Acute Rehabilitation as Measured by the Western Aphasia Battery. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

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Kagan, Aura and Kimelman, Mikael D.Z. (1995) Informed Consent in Aphasia Research: Myth or Reality. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Keefe, Kristen A. (1995) Applying Basic Neuroscience to Aphasia Therapy: What the Animals Are Telling Us. [Journal (Paginated)]

Kennedy, Mary R. T. and Yorkston, Kathryn M. and Rogers, Margaret (1995) Self-Monitoring Abilities of Two Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury During Verbal Learning. [Journal (Paginated)]

L

Lowell, Soren and Beeson, Pelagie M. and Holland, Audrey L. (1995) The Efficacy of a Semantic Cueing Procedure on Naming Abilities of Adults with Aphasia. [Journal (Paginated)]

M

Marquardt, Thomas P. and Duffy, Georgia and Cannito, Michael P. (1995) Acoustic Analysis of Accurate Word Stress Patterning in Patients with Apraxia of Speech and Broca's Aphasia. [Journal (Paginated)]

Marshall, Robert C. and Freed, Donald B. (1995) Lexical Retrieval Behaviors of Subjects With Aphasia and Subjects Without Brain Damage on a Rebus Riddle Task. [Journal (Paginated)]

McNeil, Malcolm R. and Odell, Katharine H. and Miller, Suzanne B. and Hunter, Linda (1995) Consistency, Variability, and Target Approximation for Successive Speech Repetitions Among Apraxic, Conduction Aphasic, and Ataxic Dysarthric Speakers. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

McNeil, Malcolm R. and Small, Steven L. and Masterson, Robert J. and Fosset, Tepanta R. D. (1995) Behavioral and Pharmacological Treatment of Lexical-Semantic Deficits in a Single Patient With Primary Progressive Aphasia. [Journal (Paginated)]

Myers, Penelope S. and Brookshire, Robert H. (1995) Effects of Noun Type on Naming Performance of Right Hemisphere-Damaged and Non-Brain Damaged Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

N

Nicholas, Linda E. and Brookshire, Robert H. (1995) Performance Deviations in the Connected Speech of Non-Brain-Damaged and Aphasic Adults. [Journal (Paginated)]

O

Odell, Katharine H. and Bonkoski, Jill and Mello, Jennifer (1995) Repetition of Self-Generated Utterances in Conduction Aphasia. [Journal (Paginated)]

Odell, Katharine H. and Hashi, Michiko and Miller, Suzanne B. and McNeil, Malcolm R. (1995) A Critical Look at the Notion of Selective Impairment. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

R

Rainville, Pierre and Goulet, Pierre and Joanette, Yves (1995) Contribution of the Right Hemisphere to the Processing of Concrete Words. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

S

Salvatore, Anthony P. and Nelson, T. Russell (1995) Training Novel Language Systems in Severely Aphasic Individuals: How Novel Is It? [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Simmons-Mackie, Nina N. and Damico, Jack S. (1995) Communicative Competence in Aphasia: Evidence from Compensatory Strategies. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Small, Steven L. and Holland, Audrey L. and Hart, John Jr. and Forbes, Margaret M. and Gordon, Barry (1995) Response Variability in Naming: A Computational Study. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Spencer, Kristie A. and Tompkins, Connie A. and Schulz, Richard and Rau, Marie T. (1995) The Psychosocial Outcomes of Stroke: A Longitudinal Study of Depression Risk. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

T

Thompson, Cynthia K. and Shapiro, Lewis P. and Li, Ligang and Schendel, Lee (1995) Analysis of Verbs and Verb-Argument Structure: A Method for Quantification of Aphasic Language Production. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Thornburn, Laura and Newhoff, Marilyn and Rubin, Scott S. (1995) Ability of Subjects With Aphasia to Visually Analyze Written Language, Pantomime, and Iconographic Symbols. [Journal (Paginated)]

U

Ulatowska, Hanna K. and Chapman, Sandra Bond and Johnson, Julene K. (1995) Processing of Proverbs in Aphasics and Old-Elderly. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

V

Varholak, Suzanne E. and Linebaugh, Craig W. (1995) Comparison of Active Versus Passive Prestimulation in the Treatment of Anomia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

W

Wambaugh, Julie L. and Doyle, Patrick J. and West, Joan E. and Kalinyak, Michelene M. (1995) Spectral Analysis of Sound Errors in Persons with Apraxia of Speech and Aphasia. [Journal (Paginated)]

Wertz, Robert T. (1995) Intention to Treat: Once Randomized, Always Analyzed. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Wilkinson, Constance and Yorkston, Kathryn M. and Strand, Edythe A. and Rogers, Margaret (1995) Features of Spontaneous Language in Speakers with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Dysarthria. [Journal (Paginated)]

Z

Zeches, Jane Teresa and Yorkston, Kathryn M. (1995) Pause Structure in Narratives of Neurologically Impaired and Control Subjects. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

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